Postpartum care and support in central Denver
At Rose Medical Center, we believe postpartum support is just as essential as compassionate, quality care during labor and delivery. That is why the Rose Babies team continues to care for you and your baby by providing comprehensive postpartum services on our Mom/Baby unit. This space is secured and locked so you can rest assured that you and your baby are safe and being taken care by our experienced Mom/Baby nurses.
For more information about Rose Medical Center's postpartum services, please call (303) 320-2001.
Rose Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) was named the #1 NICU in HCA Healthcare for nursing excellence. Additionally, we have been named a Top 3 Colorado Birth Center (Colorado Parent Magazine), Best Maternity Hospitals 2020 (Newsweek), Maternal & Infant Care Quality Champion (CPCQC) and a
Five-Star Recipient for Vaginal Delivery in 2021 (Healthgrades)
Postpartum care services
Newly renovated, our Mom/Baby unit consists of all private, soothing rooms, each with its own bathroom and shower, Apple TV and secure Wi-Fi network. Our specially trained nursing team—with average 20-plus years of OB experience—will provide you with physical, emotional and informational support during your stay.
We also offer:
- Free car seat installation and/or inspection by a certified car seat technician, available for all your cars
- “Mommy and Me” tea service for our Rose Moms
- Special Rose Babies gift for baby
- Free garage and valet parking, including special “New Family” parking on the main level of the parking garage
- Gourmet “At Your Request” meal service delivered to your room featuring a special menu just for Rose Babies patients prepared by our 5–star chef, including availability of kosher meals and meals to meet other dietary restrictions
- A special “Brunch for Two”
- An opportunity for newborn photography services
- “First Footprint” keepsake
Learn about the support we provide to you and your baby after you go home.
Certified lactation consultants are staffed seven days a week to help new moms and babies as they acclimate to breastfeeding. Additionally, a hospital-grade breast pump is available for use in all postpartum rooms.
If you are still looking for more information, there are additional online breastfeeding resources below:
For lactation support after discharge, please call our Lactation Helpline at (303) 320-2001 and/or attend one of our weekly breastfeeding support groups.
Rose Babies is home to a state-of-the-art well-baby nursery. Following delivery, some new parents don’t want to let their newborn out of their sight, while others like to have time to rest and recuperate before heading home with their new baby. Our beautiful well-baby nursery, directly adjacent to the Mom/Baby nurses station, is a place where your baby will be safe and comfortable while the family gets some rest. This nursery also has a dedicated room for elective circumcisions. For babies that need a little extra care after birth, we provide a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Postpartum support after discharge
Our postpartum support does not end after you are discharged. Our team offers a variety of support services to help you once you are home with your baby.
Lactation help and breastfeeding support groups
Get answers to your breastfeeding questions within 24 hours through our Lactation Helpline (303) 320-2001, select Lactation), and/or attend our weekly breastfeeding support groups, Rose Mamas TLC (The Lactation Club), Mondays, 1:00pm – 2:00pm. Space is limited. Registration required.
Rose also offers one-on-one, in-person lactation consultations through our Outpatient Lactation Clinic. This is particularly helpful if your baby is losing weight or having trouble gaining due to breastfeeding difficulties. Call (303) 329-5001 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Rose Mamas Circles
If you haven’t already joined your Rose Mamas Circle, you can still do so after baby arrives! These due date-based meetup groups help you connect with other mamas and continue through 6 months postpartum.
Postpartum behavioral health services
Depression and anxiety are the most common complications after pregnancy. Parents of every culture, age, income level and race can develop perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Symptoms can appear any time during pregnancy through the first 12 months after childbirth. If left untreated, symptoms can last for years, but effective treatment options are available. The sooner you get help, the sooner you will feel like yourself again.
Rose is dedicated to educating both expecting and new parents on perinatal mood disorder symptoms and how to access care when needed. We have a dedicated full-time perinatal behavioral health counselor to provide both education and emotional support to our families during their stay and after discharge.
Inpatient emotional support
Our perinatal behavioral health counselor is available to visit any patient during their hospital stay. Our counselor can provide a brief emotional well-being check-in or address more significant behavioral health concerns where follow-up support after discharge may be recommended.
Outpatient counseling services
Our perinatal behavioral health counselor is also available for 1-on-1 outpatient counseling for new mothers or fathers experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression or anxiety or who are struggling with other emotional challenges. Contact our perinatal counselor at (303) 320-2224 or email to learn more about this service and/or schedule an appointment.
Rose also offers more intensive group therapy programs for those with more severe symptoms through our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Additional new parent support
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Our hospital offers excellent urogynecology care for post-pregnancy conditions, such as urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse, which many women experience after childbirth. Our Denver gynecologists at the Rose Women’s Hospital offer effective and minimally invasive pelvic floor treatments and therapies. Our goal is to make you feel comfortable by educating you about your condition and helping you find relief from your symptoms.
Postpartum care at HealthONE
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